BORN 1795 Alverthorpe Yorkshire England
In the 1841 census (the earliest records we have so far) he's listed as Joshua Clarke with an E. Could be just how it was written down though. Also he's a publican, so would be good to find out what pub. There should be licence records. There was a pub called "Mr Clark's Alehouse" in Wakefield... so that seems like a new "fun pub" name for another unlikely to be connected. At the time he was at pub. There should be licence records. There was a pub called "Mr Clark's Alehouse" in Wakefield... but that seems like a new "fun pub" name for another unlikely to be connected. At the time he was apublican the address is River Side, Thornes, Alverthorpe (or Alverthorpe + Thornes), Wakefield, Yorkshire.ord of his birth yet, so there is a Joshua Clark born 25th Jan 1795 + christened 5th Feb in Kirkbride, Cumberland, to William and Elizabeth Clark.esbyterian cemetery: http://www.forgottenbooks.com/readbook_text/Walks_in_Yorkshire_1000779813/115ttp://www.wakefieldfhs.org.uk/Wakefield%20Union%201886%20Alverthorpe.htm
MOTHER unknownSPOUSE Mary Rayner - ??
I have no ancestors for Joshua. Joshua lived during the industrial revolution. We have 6 descendents for Joshua. We have 783 people in this family tree with 100 different family names, including 11 called CLARK.
Joshua is 4x great-grandfather to Clare Frances MAHON
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